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An unexpected gem

A tiny unassuming chapel with an ancient baptistery, towering high above the village. Nothing... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2015
Elisabeth R
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Gem of the Via Francigena

Located over Settimo Vittone, this small gem, is a Christian complex formed by the parish church of... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2014
chinaharmony
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Beijing, China
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9 May 2015
“An unexpected gem”
8 Nov 2014
“Gem of the Via Francigena”
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Piazza Conte Rinaldo 7, 10010 Settimo Vittone, Italy
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Reviewed 10 May 2015

A tiny unassuming chapel with an ancient baptistery, towering high above the village. Nothing prepares you for thr riotnof colour and form as you push open the door.The frescoes are beautifully preserved and were produced over maany years, centuries even.Excavations are going on, currently of...More

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Reviewed 9 November 2014

Located over Settimo Vittone, this small gem, is a Christian complex formed by the parish church of San Lorenzo and the baptistery of San Giovanni Battista in Settimo Vittone, represents one of the most ancient vestiges of Canavese, probably dating to the second half of...More

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Reviewed 25 February 2013

Is a lovelly place to visit, there are paintings(frescos) from medioevo , and there is a small hotel in the same area where you can stay , and enjoy a very good and chip service .The Pieve is one of the remains of VIA Francigena...More

Thank EFrigerio
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